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Project ID:00073490Description:Capacity building for the nati
Viet Nam One Plan Fund II
Start Date *: 31 Dec 2009
OP 2006 Social Economic Policy
End Date*: 30 Jun 2012
Country: Viet Nam Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNAIDS - Joint United nations Programme

Within the UNAIDS workplan, all  point activities are directly linked to One  Plan Outputs. These include:

 OPI 11.14 Improved HIV Coordination and Planning

 OP1 1.15 Strengthened capacities of national and provincial people's representatives and leaders to ensure that HIV concerns are mainstreamed in policies, legal documents and plans and their implementation is monitored

 OP1 1.16 Process on "Moving towards universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support" initiated and monitored including target setting

 OP1 1.17 Enhanced civil society capacity, collaboration and participation in the global, regional and country response in support of PLHIV

 OPI 2.33 Volunteerism and social mobilisation to support services for people infected with and affected by HIV.

 Outputs 1.23,1.24,1.25,1.26,2.4 are also referred to throughout the workplan.


The issue of sustainability of funding for HIV in the context of Viet Nam  reaching MIC and the withdrawal of development to address donor funding is a central one in the issues concerning Viet Nam's work of UNAIDS. Under Output 1.23  UNAIDS continues advocacy with the government to increase domestic funding for HIV at central level and works with Provincial Peoples Committees including HCMC and Haiphong to support them in identifying sustainable sources of funding in the area of HIV. In addit ion there are ongoing efforts under OPI 1.16 to support national partners in development of unit cost for different interventions packages and estimation of the resource needed in the second phase of the national HIV response.

The proposed deliverables are closely linked with the Viet Nam "National HIV Strategy 2004-2010, with vision to 2020" priorities and contributing to filling the gaps in the national response to reaching MDG6.

The annual work plan also looks to address PMTCT, (MDGS) and to promote gender equality (MDG3)


In June 2001, at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS (UNGASS), Viet Nam was one of 189 countries to adopt the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS. As a result, every two years Viet Nam reports to the UN General Assembly on progress made in the national response to HIV and AIDS. The Third Country Report on  the Implementation to the Declaration of Commitment on HIV was submitted in January 2008.

The fourth UNGASS Country Progress Report is due on 31 March 2010.

Countries worldwide, including Vietnam, committed to setting ambitious national targets for scaling up towards Universal Access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support by 2010, as part of the political decleration of the UN General Assembly high level meeting on HIV in June 2006

Nine Programmes of Action (POAs) were called for under the National HIV Strategy to assist in operationalising the strategy and realising the goals. under the following key areas:

1. HIV prevention:

 • Programme 1. HIV Prevention through Information, Education and Communication (lEe) and Behaviour Change Communication (BCC)

• Programme 2. Harm Reduction Prevention targeting high risk populations

• Programme 6. Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT)

• Programme 7. Management and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)

• Programme 8. Safe Blood Transfusion

2. HIV treatment, care and support:

• Programme 3. Care and Support for People living with HIV & (merged with Programme 5) Access to HIV Treatment including Antiretroviral Drugs

 3. HIV governance:

• Programme 4. HIV Surveillance and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)

• Programme 9. Capacity Building and International Cooperation Enhancement

 The articulation of the priorities for  UNAIDS in Viet Nam is based on the priority for reversing the spread of achievement of national HIV as outlined in the 2006-2010  SEDP as well support for the implementation of the National explanation and reference to Strategy on HIV Prevention and Control 2004-2010 with a vision to appropriate. 2020.The deliverables and programme priorities defined by UNAIDS are directly linked to the Commitments made by Viet Nam to the UN General Assembly Special Session on HIV 2001, and the General Assembly's Political Declaration on HIV 2006 for the Achievement of Universal Access to HIV Prevention, Treatment Care and Support. In addition the entire programme is set to support Viet Nam in the achievement of MDG6 "To Halt and reverse the spread of HIV" which is one of 2 MDGs on which Viet Nam is lagging behind, according to th

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